If someone seems perfect or like they’re too good to be true, there’s a good chance they’re not being authentic. And that’s because charm is a tool that manipulators like to use to get what they want from people.



They Pass Off Insults as Jokes. There’s a difference between a joke and an insult. If someone is insulting you, they’re not joking with you; they’re being mean.



They Are the Victim or The Hero in Every Story. If someone’s always the victim or hero of their own stories, they’re likely playing a role that doesn’t match who they truly are.



They’re Quick to Judge but Slow to Praise. Obviously, we all judge people to some extent. It’s human nature to seek out patterns in things and then categorize them. However, those who are quick to judge and slow to praise, tend to have a negative outlook on life in general, and often see others as competition.



They Exaggerate and Tell Half-Truths. You know how it goes. You’re in a conversation, and the other person says something that makes you go, “Wait, what?” You can’t quite figure it out whether it’s something they’ve said or done that doesn’t add up, or if there’s something about their tone of voice that seems off.

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